BC Remediation Technologies Speaker Session Summary

Join the Environmental Managers Association of BC for a speaker session on Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 2:30-6:00 pm. This session will highlight three BC presentations previously given at the sold-out Remediation Technologies (RemTech) Symposium, put on by the Environmental Services Association of Alberta on October 16-18, 2013.

The annual RemTech event creates a forum for environmental professionals to share the latest innovations in soil and groundwater remediation. For those unable to secure a seat at the sold out event, you now have the opportunity to attend the EMA of BC Remediation Technology Advances Speaker Session in its place. These presentations were jointly selected by the EMA of BC and the BCEIA for submission to the BC Stream at RemTech.


Register for the BC Technologies Speaker Session here.

Multi-Faceted Approach to Achieving Remedial Closure at an Active Rail Yard
Jason Christensen, Keystone Environmental
Siloxanes: Quantifying a New Emergent Pollutant in Water, Air and Soil 
Patrick Novak, CARO Analytical Services
Remedial Options to Excavation – Treating Groundwater Contaminants Using In-Situ, Bioremedation, Thermal, and Sparging Processes 
John Sankey, True Blue Technologies, Inc.

Date and Time
Thursday, November 21st, 2013, 2:30-6:00 pm

2:30-3:00 pm – Registration
3:00-5:15 pm – Speaker Session
5:00-6:00 pm – Networking session with food and beverages included

Register for this session here.

BCIT Downtown Campus – Atrium (4th floor)
555 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC

Map and Directions

EMA of BC members attend free.

Non-member registration rate is $60 plus GST.

Payment in advance through PayPal is preferred or payment can be sent by mail to:
PO Box 3741
Vancouver, BC  V6B 3Z1

If your company’s EMA of BC membership has expired, you must renew your membership on the EMA of BC website prior to registering in order to obtain free attendance.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event. Contact info@emaofbc.com for information.